As a trade union, SULF provides members with support and advice on matters relating to members' pay and employment conditions.
For migration law matters, please contact the Swedish Migration Agency. It is the Swedish Migration Agency that makes all decisions about Swedish residence permits and citizenship, and they have the best knowledge and information about the current legal situation. As a state authority, the Migration Agency is obliged to answer all your questions and give you guidance regarding your case.
This information page contains tips and information for members about the regulations so that you can ask the right questions to the Swedish Migration Agency based on your own situation. To the Swedish Migration Agency's website.
After 1 July 2014, the accompanying family members of a doctoral candidate have been entitled to work in Sweden after receiving a residence permit as a family member. Once a residence and work permit have been granted, they are free to work in Sweden. The period of this type of residence permit can also be counted when for applying for citizenship if the other conditions are fulfilled. If the doctoral candidate later receives a permanent residence permit, accompanying family members may also apply for the same. Read more about this under Residence permits for doctoral candidates.